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Snood Fast Facts
- Snood was originally released in 1996.
- The game was developed by an independent developer named David M. Dobson. However, different companies have been responsible for porting Snood to various platforms. Gravity-i made the Game Boy Advance version, while Dreamhive made the iOS game.
- Snood has one direct sequel named Snood 2: On Vacation. Besides that, it has a couple of spin-offs called Snooduko and Snood Towers.
- Outside of Snood, Dobson has developed one other small project named CrossWits!
- Snood has been made available for DOS, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, PC, Mac, Palm OS, iPhone, iPod Touch, and mobile phone platforms.
- Snood had a few big-name fans, including bestselling author Michael Crichton, famous playwright and screenwriter Nora Ephron, and co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak.
- Snood had been downloaded 4 million times before it was even ported to the Game Boy Advance.
- In 2004, Snood won the award for 'Best Action/Arcade Game' by the Shareware Industry Awards.
- In 2001, Snood was discovered to have 1.5 million unique users, making it the ninth most played game of that year.
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